SalaamOne Newtork سلام  is a nonprofit e-Forum to promote peace among humanity, through understanding and tolerance of religions, cultures & other human values. .

علم اور افہام و تفہیم کے لئے ایک غیر منافع بخش ای فورم ہے. علم،انسانیت، مذہب، سائنس، سماج، ثقافت، اخلاقیات اورروحانیت امن کے لئے.اس فورم کو آفتاب خان،  آزاد محقق اور مصنف نے منظم کیا ہے. تحقیقی کام 2006 سے “ڈیفنس جرنل” میں تسلسل سے چھپ رہا ہے جو کہ بلاگز، ویب سائٹ، سوشل میڈیا، میگزین، ویڈیو چننل اور برقی کتابوں کی صورت میں دستیاب ہے.اس  نیٹ ورک  کو اب تک لاکھوں افراد وزٹ کر چکے ہیں. اب اردوزبان میں بھی  مضامین مہیا ہیں- سوشل میڈیا  پر فالو کیا جا سکتا ہے – مزید  تفصیلات پڑھیں..

The enterprise is managed by Aftab Khan, a freelance researcher and writer. His work and collection is available in the form of e-Books. articles, magazines, videos, posts at social media, blogs & video channels. The  Forum is open to  all the rational, peace loving  people of any faith, gender or race. You may join at social media , invite your friends and share the stuff. The Salaam NetWork سلام” has been visited by Millions around the world. This forum offers a variety of topics for the interest of the readers to choose. May follow at Social Media.

www.SalaamOne.comThis site is focused particularly on Islam, Muslims, Pakistan, humanity and the followers of three Abrahamic religions in general. Around 700 ‘Posts’ provide additional information on religion, history, culture, tolerance, Islamophobia, conflicts, opinions and other contemporary issues. Over 200 pages  provide sufficient information on the variety of subjects of interest grouped in 60 categories and 200 tags. These pages are also visible as hierarchy in secondary sidebar/ bottom. An Urdu (اردو ) section has also been provided.


SalaamOne Network – Websites & Blogs:

  1. Quran Subjects: قرآن – منتخب مضامین، تفسیر 
  2. SalaamOne
  3. The Defendersڈیفنڈرز
  4. سلام اردو 
  5. Salaam Forum اردو – سلام فورم
  6. Peace-Forum
  7. Just One God
  8. Faith Forum
  9. Islamophobia
  10. Global Terrorism 
  11. Paigham-e-Pakistan  [Narrative Against Terrorism:  دہشت گردی کے خلاف قومی بیانیہ تاریخی فتویٰ ’’پیغام پاکستان‘‘]
  12. Zionists Watch
  13. Women Folks
  14. Free Books & Articles
  15. Bible, Christ & Christianity
  16. Pakistan-Posts
  17. Rightful Religion [Rebutal of new Fitnah]
  18. Endeavour-Peace
  19. AftabKhan-net 
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